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valsi klisodva
type lujvo
creator jongausib
time entered Mon Aug 15 08:13:58 2011

Definition #20150 - Preferred [edit]
definition x1 is made of/contains/is a quantity of a clear/transparent carbonated beverage/soda of sweet flavor, of brand x2.
notes Not any carbonated beverage, but one which is transparent and with sweet flavor, like Sprite (=sprait), 7-up, Sockerdricka (=a soft drink that is consumed in Sweden) or similar. Another flavor may be added and expressed as a tanru, as long as the combination doesn't differ too much from the characteristics of klisodva.
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created by jongausib
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time Mon Aug 15 08:23:14 2011


Français facile
Definition #61740 [edit]
definition x1 est un soda transparent de type x2
created by glekizmiku
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time Thu Oct 16 11:10:30 2014


Definition #20152 [edit]
definition x1 är gjord av/innehåller/är en kvantitet av klar/transparent kolsyrad dryck/läsk med söt smak, av märket x2.
notes Inte vilken kolsyrad dryck/läsk som helst, men en som är transparent och sötad, såsom Sprite (=sprait), 7-up, Sockerdricka eller liknande. Andra smaker kan tillsättas, vilket uttrycks med tanru, så länge kombinationen inte skiljer sig för mycket från karaktären av klisodva.
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created by jongausib
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time Mon Aug 15 08:28:16 2011


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